A dynamic travel policy is like a traditional travel policy, only better. Whereas more traditional travel policies are usually a static set of guidelines that mandate what can and can’t be booked, a dynamic business travel policy’s controls will adapt depending on the options available at the time of booking.

For example, instead of stating that a rail ticket must be in standard class, a dynamic travel policy would say that the ticket must be within X% of the cheapest option.

This really is the best of both worlds in the sense that it affords the person booking a certain amount of choice, but concurrently controls costs, delivering the best value whilst providing a great user experience.

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